| Ceramics: Unique Teapots and Platters. November 1999
Two students in the UNCA Art Department, Kyle B. Carpenter & Jhierry Lewis, create one-of-a-kind fanciful and decorative objects.
| Ways of the People. October 1999
As the final project for her Masters of Liberal Arts degree at UNCA, Debbie Cross studied the decorative arts of the Lakota Sioux and recreated objects that they would have made and used. To more fully understand the condition of the Lakota, she created each piece in this exhibit under conditions as close to the authentic as was possible.
| Metamorfosi. August - September 1999
In her sculptural wall pieces Nancy Herman explores the themes of rot and decay. She found that they "are not only reminders of our mortality, but in some strange way forced me to notice the beauty of all stages of physicality."
|Gallery F/32 Associates. June - July 1999
For approximately six years a gallery devoted exclusively to fine photography was located at 32 Biltmore Avenue in Asheville. In regional photographic competitions, its members won awards regularly. The tradition of quality photography established at Gallery F/32 continues here.
| Expulsion. May 1999
Dimitar Russafov's paintings, B.A. Exhibit for UNCA Department of Art.
| A Fabric of Friends. April 1999
This exhibit is a rich and colorful display of Quilts by newcomers to Madison County, North Carolina. To hear what it meant to make or receive these beautiful quilts, see The Quilters Speak.
|Women's Nests and Vessels of the Spirit. March 1999
Mary Jo Brezny and Margaret Ann Hogue collaborate to present a photographic exhibit of women and their personal spaces. Also on display is an exhibit of unique handmade books and sculptural structures called "vessels of the spirit" by their creator Susan Lightcap.
| Teresa Prater and Suzanne Stryk. February 1999
Two artists are featured. Charcoal drawings are from Teresa Prater's figurative series. The artist is an assistant professor of art at Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Also shown are selected collages from the Natural Domain Series by Suzanne Stryk, a professional artist from Bristol, Virginia.